ISTANBUL—Turkish Airlines plans to keep a significant presence at Istanbul’s Sabiha Gökcen airport even after the city’s massive new airport opens in little over three years. The carrier is developing Sabiha Gökcen—situated on the Asian side of the city—into a stronger base to deal with capacity constraints at Atatürk International, Istanbul’s current main airport. Sabiha Gökcen has been predominantly used by Turkey’s other ...
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